Well, what do you know – by Annette Rochelle Aben


…thought, alone, can change the body.” Dr. Candace Pert Ph. D.
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Dr. Pert was a neuroscientist, whose work in the field of brain chemistry was as legendary as was her work in the field of alternative medicine. The above quote was taken from an interview with her in the movie, What the BLEEP Do We Know. Basically, what Dr. Pert was telling us, is, that the words we tell ourselves, the thoughts we own, is what creates our bodies.

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A Call to Adventure: Destiny Quest – by Hercules Invictus


Our dreams are important. They guide us toward a better tomorrow. Yet it is what we do now, in the present moment, that determines if our dreams will ever come true.
Your being here means that you are motivated to move forward in life and are determined to create a better future for yourself and your loved ones. I salute you! And now, let the adventure begin… What we do for a living helps define our place in the greater human community.

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The Winds of Life – by Dean Nelson


It’s Easter Sunday, and my wife’s birthday… happy birthday Paula! I am enjoying a beautiful, warm, sunny afternoon. It is very breezy today here in central Florida as I sit on my lanai watching the trees sway rhythmically to the whim of the wind. The display of wonder it creates is mesmerizing as the trees move magically, dancing to Mother Nature’s pulse.

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The Easter Hare and Easter Lamb – by Irene Nielsen


Life has a habit on the farm, where the hares and lambs play among themselves. The farmer stands and looks at his animals. He stops and his mind flies around his head. With one he recalls that he has to count his hares and lambs to find out how many he must have slaughtered, now that the spring stands for the door. He begins his count of the animals, to find out which ones to be slaughtered and which ones to stay on the farm. Out of the door the farmer’s wife goes to the farmer. She says high to the farmer, “How many of our animals are to be slaughtered this spring?” The farmer looks at his wife and says, “I do not know yet, is counting.”

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A Zen Hoofprint – by Bob Rush


For some creative strange reason, I always feel like I do my best writing at the last minute. Comes down to whatever seems to work, I guess. I have been thinking about what I have been writing about and felt I had become somewhat repetitive with my subject matter. I reached out to a mentor, who is awesome, and she gave me some food for thought. I think it is really about having the courage to say “I need help“.  There is something quite freeing once you reach out. I liken it to the big exhale.

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